The new generation steps into the spotlight.
Can children ever truly understand what their immigrant parents have lost?
Indians in the United States armed forces.
Our roving reports.
Sandwiched between the ABCDs and the FOBs.
The laborers of the Diaspora are as worthy as its millionaires.
Humble to haute, Chai is no longer just your mother's cup of tea.
University President Dr Beheruz Sethna retains a child-like curiosity.
We cannot afford to sit on the sidelines as others do the heavy lifting for us.
Hicksville reclaims its old reputation as an Indian stronghold - this time of the desi variety.
Anita Pratap reports from the some of the most dangerous regions in the world.
The nip is in the air. It's Diwali time again.
Afsana Amarsy's Land of the Tiger brings India to the IMAX
Every sixth person in the world is an Indian - and suddenly we seem to be running into them all, here in the United
The future will be a fierce political battle between those who stand for equality and justice and those who walk in step with entrenched wealth.
New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority is among the largest single employer of Indians in the United States. What makes the 2,500 Indians tick in the MTA?
Trailing NRI telecom guru Sam Pitroda at the hustings.
A Mauritian's search for his Indian roots.
The rag-tag army of shadowy, often undocumented, workers in America.
America the beautiful? No thanks. All they want is a ticket back to India.
A stone's throw away from the American border, a million Indians call it home.
New York gets its groove back - and Indian Americans join the party.
The first Indian American elected to the U.S. Congress in 50 years talks about his motivations, Christian faith and Indian roots.
These Indians turn work into play and play into work.
Indians are pioneers in trans-continental marriages.
The word is out in India: Marry an NRI at your own peril...
More than 8,000 Indian professors are enriching university campuses all across America.
Vivek Maru brings paralegal services to Sierra Leone's poor.
1984 and 9/11 are defining moments in the lives of Sikh Americans. Jeet Bindra, president of global hrefining at Chevron, says after he cut his
About once a month, I get a Jai Hind e-mail from my uncles and aunties in the United States who want to remind the children
They have spent half their lives outside of India in America.
From Gladstone coolies to the plantations to computer code professionals in Silicon Valley, the Indian Diaspora has come of age as the educated, brainy tech Maharaja of the world.
A new breed of Indian attorneys is challenging the status quo.
An Indian Jew struggles as an outsider in Israel.
Let The Feasting Begin
Growing numbers of NRIs are beginning to seek out Real Estate in India. Beary Group's Syed Mohammed Beary: Practically all builders are aiming at developing
How India sends tourists on a journey of self discovery
Imagine this: you are blind and deaf, and suspended on a high wire. Below is a surging, tumultuous ocean of hurtling cars, rushing people, a
We may be monetarily richer, but are we poorer in friends?
These Indian Americans have larger than life ambitions.